‘Eyes Wide Shut’ kicks off in a typically classy fashion – high in production value, melodic content and the introduction of Lakota Silva’s fine vocal contribution. The euphoric breakdown opens out the full vocal and a barrage of pads, chords and uplifting synths set the tone for the memorable breakdown. The drop lets off a full-force main room bass and beats segment, pulling the subtle breakdown into a high-energy dance floor anthem. Lakota Silva’s vocals fly in and out around the lead synths giving ‘Eyes Wide Shut’ a dreamy flow that’s energised by the driving bass and thumping kicks. The production swells into a lifting crescendo, which resolves into another drop, where the vocals are given prominence and Lakota Silva’s aptitudes can be truly appreciated. A series of build-ups follow this mellow vocal section, blending into an energetic instrumental chorus. The dynamic chorus fades-off into another vocal section complemented by a chord arrangement, garnished with just the right amount of effects – something Adam Cooper’s production work delivers time after time. It’s another fine example of why Peak Hour Music is fast becoming the go-to label for the best in uplifting and dance floor focused releases anywhere in the electronic music world.